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Rain and Ongoing Flood Concerns in Texas

Pockets of moderate to heavy rain will persist in Texas and possibly extend into the weekend. Gulf of Mexico moisture continues to overrun a stationary front to produce waves of precipitation. The most vulnerable location is the saturated Hill Country in central Texas. A secondary area of heavy rainfall is also expected along the southern and central Texas Gulf Coast. Read More >

Upper Air Maps

 

The upper air maps are updated twice a day. They are updated once in the morning (typically between 7am and 9am central time) - these are called the 12z maps. They are also updated once in the evening (typically between 7pm and 9pm central time) - these are called the 00z maps.

Upper Air Maps From Storm Prediction Center
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Morning Maps
Evening Maps

Additional Links

Upper Air Maps - current, unanalyzed, and archived maps from SPC
Upper Air Data - upper air maps, soundings, and wind profiler information from NCAR
Soundings - upper air soundings from across the United States from SPC
SPC Mesoanalysis - real-time objectively analyzed maps from SPC, with a focus on severe weather parameters
Composite Map - interactive map where you can overlay several different weather maps